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Governance

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The Government of Trinidad & Tobago has lifted an entry ban on travellers from Nigeria, which it imposed as a response to the Ebola crisis

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Nationalistic backlash to the CARICOM Court of Justice’s judgement in the Shanique Myrie case is frustrating free movement, argues Sunity Maharaj

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The Jamaat-Al-Muslimeen speaks on Jamaica-Trinidad relations, and his views on CARICOM, in the wake of his detainment and deportation from Jamaica

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Individual regional governments are enacting vastly different travel restrictions in an uncoordinated manner in response to the Ebola outbreak. Here are the latest updates.

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A two-member activist group in Grenada is lobbying for legal protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) citizens

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A backgrounder to the case that shaped the functioning of the free movement regime, and the treatment of Community nationals, in the Caribbean Community

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Part II of the Save Goat Islands coverage. Academics propose an alternate site for the port development, citing the value of the Goat Islands to Jamaica

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Meet Dr. Wayne Kublasingh, the protester who is now on the 17th day of a hunger strike in protest of Trinidad’s largest and most complex infrastructure development to date.

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While some Caribbean governments have assured citizens of their readiness to cope with any suspected cases of Ebola, others are not so optimistic

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In this two-part AMG series, we explore the proposed Chinese-led development of a transshipment port near to Jamaica’s Goat Islands, and the ensuing Save Goat Islands campaign.